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Mt. Maruyama and Mt. Iwadono
Japan

Mt. maruyama, actually, is not a mountain, but the name of the small park in the south of Mt. Iwadono.  From here we can see the steep south precipice of Mt. Iwadono and Mt. Fuji. 

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